Curiosity is the core of all creativity — the drive to do something better, to experiment, to tinker, to create. Whether you’re a chief marketing officer or the most junior person on a team, you need curiosity to thrive or you’ll go on autopilot. Unfortunately, too many workplaces stifle curiosity because it’s perceived as problem-causing. But as Ben Horowitz says, if you want success, “Build a culture that rewards — not punishes — people for getting problems into the open where they can be solved.”
In short, cultivate curiosity.
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